Fostering collaboration in Marine Renewable Energy

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Partnership for Research In Marine Renewable Energy

2nd annual PRIMaRE conference

Registration for the 2nd annual PRIMaRE conference is now open. Attendance to the PRIMaRE conference is free for delegates, prior registration, and will cover all areas of marine renewable energy including offshore wind, wave and tidal. Authors, especially Post Graduates and Post Graduate Doctoral Researchers, are invited to submit abstracts for presentation across the broad themes of:

  • Technology
  • Environment
  • Policy

Through the conference there will be an emphasis on research-business partnerships designed to highlight opportunities for business development through research collaboration. Alongside the formal conference programme, there will be special networking events and a social programme.

The registration to the 2nd annual PRIMaRE conference is available online here.

Please submit max. one page abstracts to by April 17th using the abstract template.  Abstracts will be accepted as oral or poster presentations. The abstract should summarize the context of the presentation or poster, and include aims & objectives, a description of the methodology and summary of the findings

Display space can also be made available. Please submit requests to the above e-mail address.

Important dates:
April 17th Deadline for abstract submission. Now extended to May 1st!
May 15th Notification of acceptance
June 16th-17th Conference

You can download an abstract template here.

If for any reason you cannot download or open the template, please contact and we will provide you with a different version.

Who we are?

The Partnership for Research in Marine Renewable Energy (PRIMaRE) is a network of world-class research institutions based in the west, south, and south west of England who undertake research and development to address challenges facing the marine renewable energy industry at the regional, national and international level. 

PRIMaRE website under development

PRIMaRE is currently updating this website. This may cause disruption to the website and alterations to its content. We would like to apologise for the inconveniences caused during this process.

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